Kinetica Performance Event

TCCE has partnered with Kinetica to secure a 40% reduction on the price of tickets for the Monday afternoon performance session on 29th October. Click here and enter the promocode “TCCE” to pick up tickets for just £6 instead of the normal concessions price of £10 for the performance at 3pm on Monday 29th October.

Kinetica Museum presents a series of new works & kinetic sound performances by: RAY LEE / STUART WARREN HILL / IVAN BLACK / DAVID OGLE

RAY LEE – presents new Siren works & an interactive Theremin Performance

Best known for his international hit Siren, Ray Lee has been producing innovative sound art performances and installations for the past 25 years. He creates spinning, whirling, and pendulous sound installations that explore the invisible forces that surround us. Since 2000 he has produced a series of large scale projects including Circles of Ether at Kinetica Museum 2007, Force Field ICA 2007, Ars Electronica 2007; LEV Festival, Spain 2008; Deloitte Ignite Festival – Royal Opera House, London 2008; HERE Arts Center, New York; PUSH International Festival, Canada; FACT Liverpool 2010 and the recently created Ethometric Museum at Battersea Arts Centre earlier this year.

STUART WARREN HILL / IVAN BLACK – present a new Holographic kinetic experience AV pioneer and innovator Stuart Warren Hill (Holotronica / Hexstatic) combines live electronic music with realtime visual synthesis delivered using the latest Holographic and 3D technologies. He will be presenting a new performance in collaboration with artist Ivan Black, who creates complex kinetic sculptures. These physical forms expand and contract like fractals stretching from the infinitesimal to the infinite. The audience will be provided with stereoscopic glasses for this evolving and captivating performance that will blur the boundaries between the virtual and the real.

DAVID OGLE – David Ogle’s sculptural work aims to take the fundamental properties of drawing and transfer it into new spatial situations. Physical space is intersected by line and form as if a virtual object is dragged into a physical space. Ogle will be creating a new site-specific installation for Kinetica at Village Underground.


Monday 29th October 2012, 7pm (door open 6.30pm)

This event will include all the performances listed above and extend to a lavish dinner and auction of Kinetica artists works. Proceeds from the auction will go towards the support of Kinetica Museum, a not-for-profit organisation which produces Kinetica Art Fair.

Tickets: £50 Includes : Performances / Dinner & complimentary drinks / Auction event Limited Places. Click here to purchase tickets.